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Cynthia Yeh, Principal Percussionist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, received a Bachelor of Music Performance degree from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Music performance degree from Temple University. Cynthia joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as principal percussionist in June 2007. She previously served as principal percussionist for the San Diego Symphony Orchestra from 2004 to 2007.
TAP-Chicago first met Cynthia in early-March when she was one of five panelists who participated in the “The Road Less Traveled” panel program featuring prominent Chicagoland Asian Americans in careers not generally associated with Asian Americans such as careers in the field of performing arts.
Join TAP for a special event as we invite you for a night out at the symphony with Cynthia featuring Haydn’s Symphony No. 85, a favorite of Queen Marie Antoinette, and Szymanowski’s First Violin Concerto. After the concert, Cynthia gives a sneak peak behind the scenes with a backstage tour, followed by a meet and greet at Tesori!
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TAP-Chicago’s Leadership & Professional Development Committee presents, “The Road Less Traveled” on the evening of March 2, a panel program featuring prominent Chicagoland Asian Americans in the fields of performing arts, law enforcement, politics, and the culinary arts. The program will focus on the individual and personal stories of each of the speakers through a vibrant discussion and Q&A session where audience members will have the opportunity to further engage with guest speakers.
Moderated by 1871’s own Vanessa Yeh (Manager, Brand Experience), panelists of this program include:
Stephen Chung – Commander, 9th District, Chicago Police Department
Theresa Mah – Illinois State Representative, 2nd District, Illinois House of Representatives
William Song – Chef/Restaurateur, bopNgrill
Norman Yap – Actor, Chimerica
Cynthia Yeh – Percussionist, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
This event is sponsored by 1871, Clarity Partners, and Mr. Pak’s.
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TAP-Chicago in collaboration with Lunar Ball cordially invites you to Lunar Ball 2017!
The 5th Annual Lunar Ball is Chicago’s largest charitable fundraiser for Asian American young professionals and friends. This year, we expect a crowd of 800+ of Chicago’s most accomplished and involved young professionals to fill the Wintrust Grand Banking Hall for an evening of fun, food, and networking.
The event will include tastings from Chicago’s top restaurants, open bar, adult beverages all night, performances, multiple DJs, raffle, and silent auction.
TAP-Chicago have a limited amount of discounted tickets! Apply the discount code:
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All proceeds from Lunar Ball 2017 will benefit our community beneficiaries and charities.
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The University of Chicago’s Taiwanese American Student Association would like to extend an invitation to members of TAP to attend its largest event of the year, The Road Less Traveled: A talk by Jason Y. Lee from the Jubilee Project. The event will take place on Friday, January 22nd from 6:30 to 8:00pm in the International House Assembly Hall at the University of Chicago (1414 E 59th St, Chicago, IL 60637 ). In addition to the talk, the Jubilee Project will be screening a few of their new projects and opening the floor up for a discussion. Attendance is free and light refreshments will be served! The Jubilee Project is a non-profit that inspires change through telling stories and filmmaking. United by their passion for philanthropy and filmmaking, the founders set out to create entertaining content that inspires others to do good. Their videos have attracted the attention of millions of people around the world. Their talk will be centered around their stories and issues of self-identity and awareness. Often times, people try so hard to lead that “perfect” life – building your resume, getting into med school or landing that prestigious job – that they forget why they are in college and what they actually want to do. We hope that through this talk, people will be feel inspired to discover and pursue their passions.